Fit Moms

Fit Prep: The Insecurity Issue – Single Mum, Parents Article

The ugly ‘I’ word is what comes to mind when I look back on this previous six weeks of competition prep. I hate having insecurities as much as anyone does, but in an industry where your body is the main topic of conversation, it’s inevitable. (I literally cannot fathom how supermodels function under this type of scrutiny). So here I stand, approaching the 12-week mark of my first prep, and shrouded in insecurities and comparisons between myself and others who…

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Fitness Tips for Busy Moms — The (Sometimes) Single Mom – Single Mum, Parents Article

Guest Blogger: Julie Morris Moms have so much on their plates. When you’re juggling tasks like working, carpooling, cleaning, and cooking for the family, it can seem impossible to exercise regularly. If you finally have time to yourself, heading to the gym could be the last thing you want to do. We understand, and that is why we have compiled a list of our favorite fitness tips for busy moms just like you. Don’t worry about what you look like.…

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Fit Prep: The Necessary Evil – Single Mum, Parents Article

Part 2:I know you’ve heard it 100 times, and I’ve probably said it an equal amount, but abs really are made in the kitchen. Trying to out-train a bad diet will get you nowhere… because it isn’t possible. In order to properly prepare for competition in September (currently 5 months out), the focus right now is on setting a good baseline for the amount of food my body can process. I need to eat enough that I can still put…

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Fit Prep: The Backstory and Big Announcement – Single Mum, Parents Article

Part 1:Mind over matter. If your mind isn’t in the right place, the rest really doesn’t matter. People tend to think that fitness is muscles over mind over matter. But the reality is, your body can handle nearly anything; it’s your mind you have to convince. My journey into fitness didn’t just start a couple months ago, a year ago, or even a decade ago, but almost 15 years ago. As a 17-year-old, I struggled with maintaining a positive body…

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